Vealy is a pop/soul singer-songwriter born and raised in the Philippines. She has been singing since before she could start reading lyrics! Growing up, she loved singing Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, Diana Ross…basically everyone her grandma loved listening to. She watched all the singing shows and later competed in local talent shows. She moved to the United States in 2013 at age 17. She then went to college for nursing in Chicago, but quickly realized she had a passion for performing, singing and writing songs. She had acting, music improv, voice lessons and rehearsals for musicals on top of her nursing classes!
She became a registered nurse at age 20, worked in the ER for an entire year; doing open mics, writing songs and singing on the side. She even joined a Chicago singing competition, and made it to the top 5. She finally mustered the courage to quit nursing and follow her heart. Here she is in Los Angeles, a full-time musician— writing original music, performing in local shows, even busking sometimes with her keyboard on Melrose Ave.
Time travel with Rick Hearne as he takes us way back to how the pedal steel started: from Shot Jackson and Buddy Emmons to NAMM 2019!
Featuring the great picker, Tommy Wayne performing on this rare Koa wood custom D10 Jackson Pedal Steel by Jackson Steel.
Tommy Wayne performs regularly in Las Vegas.
From the UK to LA, guitar giants as Toni Iommi, Albert Lee, and Rory Gallagher have rocked the studios and stages with Patrick James Eggle Guitars.
Time travel with Legendary luthier James Trussart as he takes us back to the 50’s and 60’s where it all started. VisionQuest Sound host, Christina Sofina calls the action.
Evan Bogunia from Keith McMillen Instruments demos the new instruments with our VisionQuest Sound host, Salvo.
Kenny Thomas from Supro at the The NAMM Show shows off the new Blues King 12 and the David Bowie 1961 Dual Tone. It uses a single 12AX7 preamp valve driving a 6L6 Class‑A output stage to achieve a 15W output. Additional FET circuitry is provided to add a fat Boost function and an extra Gain (overdrive) feature, both of which are activated using small toggle switches on the amp’s top panel.
A spring reverb tray is located in the back of the amplifier, along with four jacks: an effects send and return, a preamp line out for recording, and a TRS footswitch jack for control over the Boost and Gain functions. The panel controls are fairly conventional, with a three-band EQ, and reverb, volume and master volume controls. Toggle switches are used for both power and standby.